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Snoop Lion announces SA tour

2013-04-19 12:19
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Cape Town - Snoop Lion, who was announced as the headline act for the MTV Africa All Stars concert in Durban, has confirmed two additional shows for South Africa.

The rapper, formerly known as Snoop Dogg, is set to perform in Johannesburg on 19 May at Ellis Park Arena and in Cape Town on 21 May at Grand Arena, GrandWest.

Snoop Lion, who will also be performing in Durban on 18 May, will perform classic and most recent hits such as Drop It Like It's Hot, Gin and Juice and Young, Wild and Free, as well as new material from his forthcoming reggae and dancehall inspired album, REINCARNATED.

Tour Itinerary:

MTV Africa All Stars KwaZulu-Natal Province concert
Saturday 18 May, Moses Mabhida Stadium, People's Park

Sunday, 19 May, Ellis Park Arena
Cape Town
Tuesday, 21 May, Grand Arena, GrandWest


Tickets prices for the MTV All Stars concert in Durban are yet to be announced. Click here for more information.

Ticket prices for Cape Town range between R320 and R550. Tickets for the Johannesburg show range between R350 and R650. Tickets are available from Computicket.

Official VIP Meet & Greet Tickets:

Johannesburg – R 2 965
Cape Town – R2 745

These tickets include the following: Golden circle tickets, post show meet & greet with Snoop Lion and a photograph with Snoop Lion.

Full itineraries will be sent in advance and tickets are available here.

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